Our Accountancy History
Jermyn & Co. is an East Anglian based firm, with Karl Jermyn, the founder, being a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales for over 20 years.
We advise across many business sectors with our growth coming from client referrals, testimonials to our objective of providing value for money financial and taxation advice.
If you are an individual or a business, you will find that Jermyn & Co. offers clear and simple to understand accounting and tax advice with the primary aim of growing your wealth while minimising your tax exposure.
We provide reliable accounting services in Norfolk and Suffolk
I needed to get advice urgently and a friend recommended Karl. I received a return call from him within half an hour. He was able to give superb detailed advice in plain language which made things much easier. Very knowledgeable and able to direct me clearly and help me make the decision I needed to make. Very impressed.
Karl really understands businesses and has been giving valuable advice on my business for the past five years. Most recently his team worked tirelessly to get me the best loan rate and package for buying a new house. It is a pleasure to work with such professional team, friendly and super supportive. Highly recommended!
Our Accountancy Approach
In addition, the staff at Jermyn & Co. understand the complexities of running a business in the modern world and seek to offer support beyond everyday tax and accounting issues and are here to help you find solutions as part of our service.
Our charging structure is simple and understandable – the majority of our work carried out on a fixed fee basis with the option of monthly payments.
Client service is at the heart of our business and we will look to provide you with better advice for a lower fee than you are currently paying.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Oppositely it may save you money. We will typically need to spend time getting to know your organisation and how you work, free of charge for this process. You can also benefit from obtaining a quotation for a fixed fee of years so you can be assured that unless your activities change substantially, accountancy fees will not.
It is often good practice to retain records for six years although certain information may need to be kept for longer and some for less time. It depends on what the records are. You should always take advice from chartered accountants like us.
It’s necessary for new businesses to have a trustworthy accountant even in the early stages that not making profit, because there is a requirement to register with HMRC and report results annually. Also, make sure your choice of accountant is also able to advise you on tax strategy and corporate structure.
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